It's a while to wait, but at least it's happening.
You'll no longer have to switch between individual instant messages and text messages.
It's just another one of the many apps making it easier to impulsively buy food with just a user account.
They're both great phones, but you only need one phone. It's time to declare a winner.
Hey, if your advertising strategies aren't working, hire the competitor's.
It's prettier, easier to use, and it's available now to download in the Google Play store.
A phone with swappable parts is certainly a cool idea, but it's all the underlying technology associated with the project that has developers excited.
You can privately share albums with family, too.
But first it needs developers to make what consumers want.
There's plenty to like about the Galaxy S5, even if it can't measure up to the newly released HTC One (M8) as an Android smartphone.
Maybe someday you will be able to swap out parts of your phone.
Some code discovered in the Google Now APK point to an unreleased feature.
A few new features are likely coming its way, too, like better social integration and a separate panel for birthdays. Gotta keep up on those birthdays.
The latest flagship phone from Sony has a vibrant screen and snappy processor. Too bad it's limited to just T-Mobile's network here in the U.S.
Will the square-body-and-plain-straps trend in the wearables space ever end?
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